A nice contrast to last issue's over-crowded cover, though the heroes shown don't represent three worlds.
The Story: "Crisis on Earth-S!" by E.Nelson Bridwell, Martin Pasko, Dick Dillin, and Frank McLaughlin. Continued from last issue, this time we have Hawkman, Hawkgirl, Bulletman, and Bulletgirl on Earth-S trying to save a town full of people from an erupting volcano.
WHIZ's own Billy Batson is broadcasting about the weird goings-on, including a steel building that has somehow come alive and walking on its own, while the Joker is robbing a jewelry store(this is the old, Earth-2 Joker, and he's still just robbing jewelry stores?), but he is stopped by Batman, Robin, Mr. Scarlet, and Pinky.
Then The Shade shows up, but he's defeated by the Hawks, part of him being turned to wood. Then Kull's plans for Earth-S are scuttled, so he moves on to Plan C, which is to destroy Earth-1. To be continued!
Roll Call: Hawkman--no other JLAers appear in this story
Notable Moments: I admit it...I have absolutely no idea what's going on by this point. Why do I get the feeling Grant Morrison read this comic as a kid?
Many artists, when having to draw Billy Batson and/or Captain Marvel, frequently try to subsume their own art style and go the C.C. Beck route, some more successful than others.
Dick Dillin gives it the old college try here, but Billy does sort of look like a different species than everyone else in the story.